Fujitsu’s First Data Center in China for Asian Customers

Fujitsu’s first data center was opened in China for its customers in Asia. The Japanese IT service provider said that it will reduce the pressure on the system application and will act as a backup for some of its customers.

Fujitsu recently stated that the data center is located in the Guangdong High-Tech Service Zone for Financial Institutions and is the first Tier 3-plus data center in the southern China. It is built on an area of 12,200 square meters with earthquake-resistant steel and concrete. It also comprises of one subterranean floor and four floors above ground level. The company said it can home 1,000 servers in full operation in this building.

This data center will offer Fujitsu’s customers in hosting services, co-location and also in managing services like project services and vendor management services. For some of the Japan based customers, emergency backup and data restoration services are also provided.

Fujitsu said that this new data center has the same level of security and reliability as its other data centers. They also said that the power supply reliability is 99.999 percent as a Diesel Rotary UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) which takes 1.5 seconds to start up along with connection to multiple network operators to avoid network break are set up in this facility.

The investors for this data center are Nanhai People’s Government of Foshan and Fujitsu and Fujitsu South China Technology Services will manage and operate it.


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